Christian poetry, Christian articles, Christian poems

LAST 100 ARTICLES POSTED:
  1. Overcoming Fear by stephanie reck  
    God tells us in the Bible over 100 times, "Do not be afraid." Yet, we can be paralyzed and overcome with fear. There is a lot of things we can fear, the unknown, the future, change, people, failure, and rejection.

  2. I Don't Want to Look Like an iPhone by Abby Kelly  
    I'm praying about this, asking God to reorient my priorities. I'm leaving the smart phone in the other room. Modern culture bombards me with a constant stream of information, images, suggestions and ideasand I become what I behold.

  3. Staying Alert by Zach Wood  
    It's important for us to stay alert to the things the enemy does around us to pull us away.

  4. How To Not Get Lost by Abby Kelly  
    Then God, ever patient with us, says, "Sweetheart, you have known me for some time now. How is it that you don't know the way?"


  5. J.J. PART THREE: JASON'S LOVE CONTINUES..... by linzy bruno  
    "It's Damien....this "friend" of his bailed him out of jail and now I have to live in fear of him," she continued, her bottom lip and her hands quivering.

  6. Whatever! by Pam Ford Davis  
    "When I hear a disinterested, 'whatever,' response, I am going to take it seriously."

  7. ALEXANDER AND APOSTLE PAUL by Ikpa Onwuka  
    So who was Alexander? And what evil did he do to Paul that he had to mention it to Timothy in this letter? Could it not wait since Timothy would be coming to him? How painful was it that he even had to say "the Lord reward him according to his works"?
    We would get to know all these as we read on.
    I've come to understand that in our work with God, we could be exposed to temptations that if not overcome might lead to betrayal of one another for various 'idols'.

  8. A Canoe's Journey by Richard L. Provencher  
    The quietness of a canoe, able to slip along the river, quiet as a loon surveying his land, and God's glory surrounding.

  9. The Five Biggest Threats To Christianity by Dr. Henderson Ward  
    Satan is clever, and sometimes he threatens us in subtle ways that are almost unnoticed until the damage is done. Believers need to be on the alert, and watch out for these five threats.

  10. In His Likeness by Pam Ford Davis  
    We are created in his likeness...

  11. LAZINESS AND SLOTHFULNESS by Henry Miranda  
    As Christians, we know that our labors will be rewarded by our Lord if we persevere in diligence: "Let us not become weary in doing the Lord's work , for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. So in the matter of our spiritual life, we dare not procrastinate.

  12. Mining from the Bin by Richard L. Provencher  
    The trash man is one name he goes by, yet others know there are treasures around. And first to notice and declare special items with a new "good until" date.

  13. God's Wrath In The Day Of The Lord by Mick Alexander  
    "The day of the Lord is coming a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger." (Isa. 13:9)

  14. The Only right way by Olabisi obideyi  

    The Only right way

  15. Someone Else's Summer by Abby Kelly  
    "Julie swallowed a jealous frown and turned to inspect a bag of Oreos, hopeful the women wouldn't see her eyes water with tears."

    A young girl learns contentment during a lonely summer.

  16. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 11 by Karl Kemp  
    Much of the discussion here in Part 11 is devoted to God's creation of man ("Let Us [us] make man in Our [our] image" [Gen. 1:26]) and God's plans for man (believers), including His ultimate plans. We also discuss the original vegetarian diet for man and animals and the seventh day (Gen. 2:1-3).

  17. Juicy bits..sour aftertaste! by Grace Tom-Lawyer  
    Gossip is never harmless and there are dangers involved .A shorter version of "Guilty as charged"

  18. Guilty as charged! by Grace Tom-Lawyer  
    Gossip happens daily and as christians we find ourselves getting involved from time to time, how can we avoid this pitfall as we strive to be all God wants us to be?

  19. Ready to Reign? by Pam Ford Davis  
    "You don't consider yourself leadership material?"

  20. Jesus, the Divider by Gregory John Monroe  
    Jesus' speaks the truth. Some will accept it, some won't. The truth is that He must come first, even in our families. Making Him foremost can reap benefits for all.

  21. Jesus' Human Nature: Fallen or Unfallen? by Gregory John Monroe  
    Evidence and rationale for which human nature Jesus assumed--the one before Adam's fall, or the one afterwards.

  22. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 10 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue the discussion of the firmament that God created on the second day, above which He placed the large amounts of excess water that was on the earth (Gen. 1:2) when His recreation began. And we discuss God's creation of the sun, moon, and stars on the fourth day (Gen. 1:14-19).

  23. Do not neglect by Cyril Almond  
    A stern command to not neglect what God has given us. So easy to do in a busy world

  24. COMPULSION OR COMPASSION? by Carol Hind  
    Meeting the needs of the lost or hurting rarely fits neatly into our schedule. Sometimes, when we ourselves are suffering and therefore feel least able to minister, a needy person crosses our pathway. Should we ignore their needs, or look past our own in order to serve them? Jesus demonstrated sacrificial love and concern for the wellbeing of others and as his disciples we are called to emulate him.

  25. Faith when it is at it's weakest by Sue Darling  
    Praising God gives you strength when you are feeling down. And God will bless you more than you know by praising Him.

  26. A Pink Lemonade Sky ~ by Deborah Ann Belka  
    There's is nothing like a beautiful summer day and spending it with those you love!

  27. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 9 by Karl Kemp  
    The first two-thirds of Part 9 are excerpts from Extended Note F, "The Use of 'Day' and the 'Seven Days' in the Creation Account of Genesis 1:1-2:3." Then we come to Gen. 1:7, 8, where God created the firmament and put the excess water on the earth above the firmament. That same water was undoubtedly poured out on the earth at the time of the flood of Noah's day.

  28. I am Precious ~ by Deborah Ann Belka  
    Another trial ~ another test . . . in my Lord I wll rest!

  29. Unconditonal Love ~ by Deborah Ann Belka  
    There is only one place to find it . . . so keep looking up!

  30. Works of the Flesh by Deborah Ann Belka  
    We need the Holy Spirit to lead us away from the works of the flesh ~

  31. My Anchor, My Hope by Deborah Ann Belka  
    My hope is in Jesus the anchor of my soul!

  32. You Gave Your Word! by Steve Countryman  
    John 1:1-5 "1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it."

  33. You Gave Your Word! by Steve Countryman  
    Hebrews 6:13 "When God made his promise to Abraham, since there was no one greater for him to swear by, he swore by himself" God gave us His word and has kept His word. His promises are "yes" and "amen". God gave His word as a promise to mankind and God gave His Word, Jesus, as that promise fulfilled to mankind.

  34. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World; Part 8 by Karl Kemp  
    The first two pages are under the heading, "Brief Discussion Regarding the More Traditional Interpretation of these Verses [Gen. 1:1-2:3]." Another heading here in Part 9 is "Some Key Reasons [Six Reasons] for Not Seeing Literal Twenty-Four Hour Days in this Passage."

  35. Analogy of the Lake and Our Christian Life by Donny Wright  
    A beautiful lake was formed from a swamp similar to our lives when we come to understand our Christian lives.

  36. The End of Famine by Jerry Ousley  
    There can be an end to the spiritual famine.

  37. Doubt Buster by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Who ya' gonna call? Doubt Buster!"

  38. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 7 by Karl Kemp  
    We finish the study of the Hebrew verb "badal," which means to separate, to distinguish between, etc., which is quite important for the interpretation of Genesis 1:1-2:3. This verb is used five times in this passage. Then we come to a section titled, "A Discussion Regarding Symbolic/Spiritual Language in the Bible." And finally we begin to discuss God's removing the large amounts of excess water on the earth and putting it above the firmament He makes on the second day.

  39. GOD-TRACKING IS FIRST FILLING OUR LIVES WITH IMPORTANT GOD PLEASING STUFF by Dudley Anderson  
    ..the small worries that take up the most space..first of all fill our lives with the larger stones of God's favour..then watch as he responds by pouring all the smaller grains of our daily needs..

  40. A Great Longing by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Even the lonely find comfort in the knowledge of the LORD Gods' great 'longing' to bless His children."

  41. How to Remain Faithful to God in the Midst of Persecution (Psalm 119:81-88) by Wayne Davies  
    How to remain faithful to God in the midst of persecution, according to Psalm 119:81-88

  42. How Do You Describe God? (The Attributes of God in Psalm 119:73-80) by Wayne Davies  
    How do you describe God? Take a look at Psalm 119:73-80 to find out.

  43. Have Bible Will Travel - How to Focus On God When You're On The Road (Psalm 119:54) by Wayne Davies  
    Here's one way to stay focused on the God even when you travel.

  44. One More Disappointment by Taylor Cummings  
    In life, we all face disappointments at times. In this devotional, I talk about how I was recently faced with a major disappointment. I also share how God is helping me through it.

  45. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 6 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue with the study on the symbolic/spiritual use of the words light, darkness, day, and night, which is very important to the interpretation of the creation account of Genesis 1:1-2:3. And we begin a study on the Hebrew verb "badal," "to separate," "to distinguish between," which is used five times in this passage. A proper understanding of this verb is quite important to the interpretation of this creation account.

  46. Are Our Words Reckless Or Wise? by Zach Wood  
    Are the words we use each day encouraging or discouraging to others? Do we think about what we say before we say the words?

  47. 7 Solid Reasons Why God Blesses His People Financially by Ngozi Nwoke  
    Do you want God to bless you financially? Or are you wondering why you are not prospering the way you want to prosper? God wants to bless you but He has His own reasons for blessing people, which if you agree to them you will be in a better position to be prospered by Him. This article gives the reasons why God takes pleasure in the prosperity of His children.

  48. His Silences by Pam Ford Davis  
    "I am learning to trust His silences."

  49. LESSONS FROM THE LEPER by Ikpa Onwuka  
    There are four lessons which we must learn from the Luke chapter one leper who had his healing instantly at his encounter with Jesus. He came to Jesus a leper, but left a whole man. He had his request honoured immediately. The big question is: What did he do? Or what did he not do that yielded such instantaneous result? Mind you, Jesus still lives within us today, so it's not a question of whether we see him physically as the leper saw.

  50. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 5 by Karl Kemp  
    Genesis 1:1 serves as a title for the creation account of Gen. 1:1-2:3. Genesis 1:1 does not speak of God creating all things out of nothing in the absolute beginning; the earth was created and Lucifer fell and was judged before Gen. 1:1. We also begin a study of the frequent and quite important symbolic use of the words "light" and "darkness" in the Bible here in Part 5.

  51. Peace in the Storm by stephanie reck  
    We cannot avoid strife in this world, but with God we can know perfect peace, even in turmoil. Keeping your thoughts and trust in God will keep you in peace. We can easily lose our peace, when we look at the surrounding circumstances in our lives and in the world.

  52. The Dead Hear His Voice And Live And Not Die by Ngozi Nwoke  
    What is that dead thing or situation in your life? Rejoice and be glad for when it hears the voice of the son of God it shall live! Christ is able to swallow up death in and around you by His word. This post encourages you to make use of the power of Christ's words over dead or dying situations or things around you. They hear Him and live and not die.

  53. Sunny Side Up by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Life is not only 'like a box of chocolates."

  54. Got Freedom? Why Every Day Is Independence Day For The Christian (Psalm 119:45) by Wayne Davies  
    Discover why every day is Independence Day for the Christian.

  55. Can We Talk About Hell? by Debra Burgess  
    I talk enough about love for sure, but perhaps I also need to love enough to talk about hell in a conversation

  56. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 4 by Karl Kemp  
    I'll include several excerpts that will briefly explain the Cambrian explosion, which is quite important and some excerpts from "Earth's Earliest Ages" by G. H. Pember that was originally published in 1876 that deal with the probable origin of demons. Then we will start a rather thorough verse-by-verse study of Genesis 1:1-2:3.

  57. A Do-Gooder by Pam Ford Davis  
    How do you define 'Christian?'

  58. Finishing the race by Henry Miranda  
    The writer of Hebrews echoes the words of Paul: "Lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith" Hebrews 12:1-2 (NKJV)



  59. A Worthy Prayer by Abby Kelly  
    God doesn't need His ego stroked. He does not bend His ear to earth because we are radically devoted to Him. God bends low to hear us because of His love for us, his unwarranted, unprecedented, deadly, life-giving love.

    "Nothing moves the hand of God like the love of God."

  60. Got Joy? How Obeying the Bible Is Like Winning the Lottery (Psalm 119:14) by Wayne Davies  
    How is obeying the Bible like winning the lottery? Read on to find out.

  61. Intercessory Prayer: 3 Characteristics by Gregory John Monroe  
    The character makeup of an effective, praying intercessor.

  62. Abide by Michael Hume  
    Abide in God by more effort in Bible reading, fasting and prayer.

  63. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 3 by Karl Kemp  
    Part 3 continues with some excerpts that help demonstrate that God (the God of the Bible) created our world and the life that exists in it. We did not get here by evolution! We were created by God, who is the only One able to save and the ultimate Judge.

  64. From Riches to Reliance by Abby Kelly  
    ncome to budget, when budgeting no longer makes sense? When you don't have the extra 5% to put into an emergency fund, or 10% into savings, or when you don't have enough to purchase the bonus-size box of diapers even though it really is a better deal?

  65. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 2 by Karl Kemp  
    Some purposes for the creation account of Genesis 1:1-2:3. When was Adam created? How about the universe and earth? Some excerpts dealing with "Intelligent Design, Not Evolution."

  66. Finding Meaning by Taylor Cummings  
    "What's the point of it all?" Solomon had this same question, and he set out to find answers. In this devotional, I share the struggles Solomon had with this question and what God says about purpose.

  67. DEALING WITH SINS OF THE PAST by Samuel Akinola  
    Past sins have way of resounding in the lives of repented individuals, but dealing with it is crucial to live the full life of a "New Creature."

  68. GOD-TRACKING IS LIVING BY WORD & SPIRIT by Dudley Anderson  
    "Indeed, God never changes! So, open your heart to the flow of the manifest acts of the Holy Spirit through the solid aqueduct of God's Word, today."

  69. Do You Know Your Father? by Tonja Taylor  
    Do you feel fatherless? You don't have to! If you have received Jesus as your Savior, He is your eternal Brother, and God your eternal loving Father!

  70. BATTLING WITH PERFECTION by Tesh Njokanma  
    Can I be perfect?

  71. The Personal Famine by Jerry Ousley  
    A personal famine is raging. Are you in it?

  72. Daggers of Doubt, Sword of Sufficiency by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Satan bombards our minds with daggers of doubt...."

  73. Days unforseen by Mathetes Disciple  
    That he would be there tomorow,and the day after tomorrow,even in days to come.Unto eternity itself.
    Days unforseen,dark and menacing days,....

  74. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 1 by Karl Kemp  
    This account of God's creation of our world in Genesis 1:1-2:3 is quite important. For one thing, we must know that God (the God of the Bible) is the Creator of all that exists, including the universe, the earth, and man. We must know that we were created by God in His image, that we are fallen beings (see Genesis chapter 3 for a start), and that we are called to repent and submit to God's very generous plan of salvation.

  75. In the Early Church Was It Only Apostles Who Laid on Hands for Spirit Baptism? by Max Aplin  
    There are Christians who argue in this way: In the early church, only apostles laid on hands for baptism in the Holy Spirit; because there are no apostles today, there is no longer any place for the laying on of hands for Spirit baptism. However, firstly, even if it were the case that only apostles laid on hands for Spirit baptism in the early church, we would still expect others to take over this practice once they were dead. And, secondly, there is in fact substantial evidence that in the early church non-apostles often laid on hands for Spirit baptism.

  76. Me, in My Weakness by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Is anything too hard for him to accomplish, any promise too difficult to fulfill?"

  77. The Narrow Way by Toni Babcock  
    "Narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life" (Matthew 7:14 KJV).

  78. Did Jesus Have A Mission Statement? by Wayne Davies  
    Did Jesus communicate the purpose of his coming to earth 2,000 years ago? Read on to find out.

  79. Are You ALIVE? by Zach Wood  
    Are we living lives that are alive in Christ? We are to be living a life that is made new in Jesus Christ!

  80. Needle-Like Extensions by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Life involves both pleasing experiences and troublesome circumstances."

  81. The Narrow Path by Steve Countryman  
    Hebrews 6:1-3 1 "Therefore let us move beyond the elementary teachings about Christ and be taken forward to maturity, not laying again the foundation of repentance from acts that lead to death, and of faith in God, 2 instruction about cleansing rites, the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment. 3 And God permitting, we will do so."

  82. The Narrow Path by Steve Countryman  
    The natural sees the impossible and says "Why bother, you can't make it". There is no way for me to travel that far on my hands and knees. No way that I could cover that great distance in several lifetimes if I could. That is when it hit me. That is the whole point! I can't do it alone.

  83. Bible Reading Tips - Do You Pray This Prayer When Reading The Bible? (Great Advice from Psalm 119) by Wayne Davies  
    Why does the psalmist repeatedly pray, "Teach me your decrees"?

  84. The Effects Of Lack Of Peace Of Mind by Ngozi Nwoke  
    How do you know when you don't have the peace of God? What should you watch against if God's peace is to remain in you? The peace of the Lord is the checks and balances of a glorious, fruitful and successful life. There are numerous consequences of the absence of this peace.

  85. Advantaged? by Ramona Cook  
    It's useless to try to hide from God; plans made by man are never secret, though we may think they are: it's really kind of silly to challenge God to spar.

  86. Pestilent Preachers by Pam Ford Davis  
    "It is nonsensical; yet many thought of Apostle Paul as a pest."

  87. The Extensity of Grace by Yuri Solomon  
    Jacob felt that he had to face the mess he made. And so he did, with great fear and trepidation, anticipating the same anger on the face of Esau that he fled all those years ago. Isn't those our questions as well: How good is God's grace? How far does its reach? How much does it cover? Does it deal with all the things we fear? What is grace that will save us in a far country, but will not allow us to go back home?

  88. Jesus is the Vine, We are the Branches by stephanie reck  
    Let's take a closer look at what a vinedresser is and use that comparison to our relationship with Jesus. A vinedresser is involved with daily pruning and cultivation of grapevines. Vinedressers work nearly year-round to ensure they have a successful crop.

  89. A Celebration of Freedom by Pam Ford Davis  
    "To Christians, every day is a celebration of freedom."

  90. Invincible SuperHero by Stephen Vattimo  
    A poem I was inspired to write about a famous artist who seem to have everything but still fell to vises of the common folks that lead to His death.

  91. Eternal Redemption by Robert Beames  
    Tiered of clipping coupons? You may want to hold on to this valuable one.

  92. 30 pieces of silver by Cyril Almond  
    The price of Jesus. How much do we value him?

  93. You Are by Jeanie Hannah  
    You are not what the world says you are. You are not what peole say about you. You are an awesome and beautiful creation in Christ.

  94. The Lord is the Light of Your Life, Volume 31 Unpublished work, 2014 by JP Timpano by JOSEPH-PAUL TIMPANO  
    Christian encouragement for your daily life. Don't be afraid of the dark. The Lord is empowering you to walk through the fire!

  95. GOD-TRACKING IS ENJOYING FULL LIFE IN CHRIST, TODAY by Dudley Anderson  
    " ...take a step back from your hectic routine today and allow yourself to dream of great adventures and aspirations according to the plans your God has for you"

  96. The Beginning of Famine by Jerry Ousley  
    Famine - A lack of food and water to feed people. But there is another famine we should be even more concerned about.

  97. Unabashed Patriotism by Pam Ford Davis  
    "Dad loved our nation, the military, and Independence Days of 'unabashed patriotism."

  98. Attributes of God - God Forgives (Why Every Day Is Thanksgiving Day) by Wayne Davies  
    Looking for a reason to be thankful today? Read on.

  99. Never Ending by sandra calvert  
    this poem is about people who are hurting.
    and i want people to know that God's love is never ending

  100. NeverEnding by sandra calvert  
    to show that God loves you and that His love is eternal











   Exclusive Books From Emerging Christian Authors


BannerFans.com